Chevrolet Spark Performance Features

The all-new Chevrolet Spark is a small car that packs a lot of punch. It's available in three different trim levels: the LS, the 1LT and the 2LT. The LS is the base model, while the 1LT and 2LT come with additional features. All three models are powered by a 1.4L engine that delivers up to 98 horsepower. They also come with an automatic transmission, which makes them easy to drive.

-Speed: The Chevrolet Spark can reach a top speed of 106 mph. The car can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 11.0 seconds.

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Chevrolet Tahoe Design Features

The Chevrolet Tahoe is one of the most popular full-size SUVs in the auto industry and stands out for its edgy tail lights and robust grille. The grille has been redesigned to look like sharp blades, creating a striking look that is slightly futuristic on the front of the SUV. The vehicle boasts a significant amount of chrome details on the body, creating an upscale and luxurious design. The large wheel wells also allow the vehicle to appear more intimidating from all angles.

 

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Drivers Can Stay Safe in the New Chevrolet Traverse With These Safety Features

Driving the new Chevrolet Traverse is always an exciting experience. This vehicle was designed to please. As a lightweight, mid-size SUV, it puts drivers in a high up, commanding position while still offering optimum levels of control. At Chevrolet of Columbus, we're excited by its incredible range of safety features. That's why we're eager to showcase two features that will protect Columbus locals on even the busiest and most challenging roads.

See Better With Intellibeam High Beam Assist

There are times when nothing but your high beams will do.

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Chevrolet Trax Technology Features

If you're in the market for a new car, you may be considering the Chevrolet Trax. This vehicle is popular for its combination of style, comfort and technology features.

-Seven Inch Diagonal Color Touch-Screen: This touch-screen display is located in the center of the Trax's dash. It gives you control over the car's infotainment system, including music, navigation and climate control. The large screen size makes it easy to see and use while driving.

-myChevrolet Mobile App: This app allows you to control certain functions of your car from your smartphone.

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Tips for the Ultimate Test Drive

There are so many things to consider when you're test-driving a vehicle. To make things easier, do preliminary research and list all of the features/benefits you want/need from your next ride. Our team at Columbus, IN Chevrolet of Columbus has a few suggestions to smoothen the experience.

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Chevrolet Equinox Design Features

The Chevrolet Equinox here at Chevrolet of Columbus makes a statement with style. This vehicle is known for its sport and street-inspired look. It also combines comfort and versatility. The exterior of the Chevrolet Equinox comes with LED headlamps. 

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Chevrolet Suburban Design Features

The design is one of the many reasons that the Chevrolet Suburban makes a great SUV. You can choose one of the following colors for your vehicle, iridescent pearl, auburn, dark ash, summit white, cherry red, evergreen gray, midnight blue and empire beige. You can choose from a cloth or leather seat trim. Both of these types of seats look nice, but they have their own unique advantages. One of the advantages of cloth seating is that it is easy to take care of.

Leather requires more maintenance. The steering wheel is also wrapped in leather, which will help your…

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Vehicle Safety Ratings Explained

Did you know that car safety ratings come from crushing and ramming vehicles to see how structurally stable they are? Vehicle safety ratings measure how well cars are able to protect their occupations using various crash simulations, such as a front-end collision or side barrier test. There are two different organizations that measure car safety performance, including the IIHS and NHTSA. Cars are rated from poor to good by the IIHS, while cars are given 1 to 5 stars by the NHTSA.

Each test looks at how cars perform in collisions. Cars are also tested for roof strength and rollovers…

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